Eliza Hull Maury Withers Letters
Scope and Contents
Collection contains extracts from personal letters of Mrs. Withers recount the daily events of her life in various mining communities in Colorado.
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Biographical / Historical
Eliza Hull Maury Withers was a pioneer who came to Colorado from Richmond, Va. 1870s. Wife of Thomas Withers, a mining engineer and surveyor; daughter of Matthew Fontaine Maury, "Pathfinder of the Seas."
1 envelope (41 leaves)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Katherine W. Toll, 1938.
Typed transcript (1938) by Katherine W. Toll. Originals were in possession of Mrs. Littleton Fitzgerald, Richmond, Va.
- Women pioneers -- Colorado -- Correspondence. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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